Nannie Berry Elementary

For Bus Information please click the link below.


NBE Families,

Please see the linked map of our UPDATED carline procedures.  This will apply for BOTH morning and afternoon.

Our ultimate goals are to have everybody line up on Martin Dr. behind the school.  Most of you know that we prefer cars to avoid turning onto Sequoyah Dr. from Indian Lake in the afternoon.  We feel that this would be a good practice in the morning as well.  After morning dropoff, cars will be able to turn left or right onto Sequoyah Dr and there won't be any backup because the lineup traffic won't be there!

Additionally, we would ask those coming from Cherokee (in front of HHS) to turn onto Berrywood, then Crosby, and then line up with everyone else on Martin Dr.  Check out the map!

Having a single line-up is the fairest, safest, and most efficient way to get students dropped off and picked up.  Thank you for your cooperation as we work out the kinks. 

Justin Thomas, Principal

Car Line Map



Here Comes the Bus app

Sumner County is pleased to announce that our "Here Comes the Bus" app is now available to parents. " Here Comes the Bus" is an app accessible from most smart phones, tables, or commutes and will allow you to view the real-time location of your child's bus.  You can also receive push notifications and/or email alerts when the bus is nearing your home so that you can send your child to the bus stop at just the right time. 

Your child must be a current bus rider to access the program.  If they are not, contact our school offices.

How to get started: (you will need your child's student id#)

  • Download the "Here Comes the Bus app or visit herecomesthebus.com
  • Click the sign up button
  • Enter school code 87269 and click "Next" followed by "Confirm"
  • Complete the "User Profile" box.
  • Under "My Students", click "Add" Enter your child's last name and student ID number:
  • Once you confirm your information, you are ready to begin using "Here Comes the Bus!" 

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